March 27, 2014

ISIS Shifts Tactics in Fallujah

Mushreq Abbas, Al Monitor

The Associated Press

Three months after the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) decided to avoid public appearances and maintain a low profile in Fallujah, the group put on a military parade in the center of the city to showcase its strength. The move signaled the start of an armed conflict to control the city.

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TAGGED: Iraq, Fallujah, ISIS

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